Meet Ucraft at TechDay LA 2016
Written by Gog Zalibekyan
20 September 2016
Gev Balyan, the founder of ucraft, will be there on the spot to present our awesome website builder to the Los Angeles start-up community. After a very successful launch, we are ready to expand our market even more and make new friends amongst California’s warm entrepreneurial community.
Since we went live, all the reviews have been very encouraging and positive and that has given us motivation to continue to improve our product and services and strive for greatness.
Being a part of TechDay is a great opportunity for all investors and other business owners to get to know ucraft up close and personal. Aiming to expand our business across the U.S., we are also looking to meet potential partners and associates for our venture.
If you are in the area, be sure not to miss this event and our presentation, where we’ll showcase our unique point of view on website building. Our desire is to enable everyone to create a beautiful, state-of-the-art website without any coding. With an out-of-the-box solution and a proprietary drag-and-drop technology, ucraft aims to make website creating easy, but at the same time not constricting in terms of design capabilities.
Besides existing features that shape ucraft into an awesome website builder, at this event we are also going to present our plans for the future. We are going to announce upcoming features and the course of action that we’ll take in the years to come.
This is the second time that TechDay is coming to Los Angeles, but it has already cemented its status as one of the biggest events in this region. This year TechDay will attract more than 300 startups that are eager to share their brilliant ideas with the community. Besides startup owners, this event attracts unbelievable number of investors, reporters, early adopters and job seekers that flock here together for this great entrepreneurial experience.
What makes this event different from others is the fact that everyone is welcome to participate, and the attendance is free. The open concept of this event is what makes it so great, and it aligns with ucraft’s core values which state that technology should be accessible to everyone.